Yes. Some examples include one billion, one trillion, and one quadrillion.
It kind of depends. for example, if you had 19.999999999 and that went on forever, then you had 19.99 that stopped then the repeating one would be bigger, however if you had 19.9900000000 instead of 19.99, then the repeating one is not bigger.
In decimal numbers the whole number re on the left side of the decimal point. So the whole numbers are 2 and 1. 2 is always bigger than one
In decimal numbers the whole numbers are on the left side of the decimal point and the parts (fractions ) of a number are on the right hand side. Looking at these two numbers you can see one is 1. and the other is 0. This means one number has got 1whole number and the other has no whole numbers SO 1.06 must be the bigger number
one million, one billion, one trillion
No. A fifth is bigger because the pieces are bigger, rather than an eighth would have to be cut into smaller pieces.
1 crore is bigger than 1 million...........:-)
A billion is a thousand times more than a million. One billion= 1,000,000,000 One million= 1,000,000
A billion is bigger (or greater) than a million.
2 million, one million and one, literally infinite
One billion is one thousand times more than one million.
1.1 to infinity
One million is bigger than one hundred and twenty thousand. 1 000 000 > 120 000
The number that's bigger than a million is either trillion, SEXtillion, Billions.
No, it is never bigger than the smaller one.
No, it is not because 3.8 is not bigger then 20 and the 3 is in the ones place. If it was 30.8 yes it would be bigger because it is just like 30 vs 20. Just act like the million is not there and just look at the numbers and you could see which one is bigger. When you are done that then you can add the million at the end. 3.8million is not greaster then 20million.
Yes, there are an infinite number of numbers bigger than a googol. A googolplex is one example.